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On cover: National library edition
v. 1. Poems -- v. 2. The picture of Dorian Gray. A house of pomegranates -- v. 3. The happy prince. The nightingale and the rose. The selfish giant. The devoted friend. The remarkable rocket. Lord Arthur Savile's crime. The Canterville ghost. The sphinx without a secret. The model millionaire. The portrait of Mr. W.H. Poems in prose. The rise of historical criticism -- v. 4. Intentions: the decay of lying ; Pen, pencil, and poison ; The critic as artist : the truth of masks. The soul of man -- v. 5. Salomé. A Florentine tragedy. Vera, or, The nihilists -- v. 6. Lady Windermere's fan. The importance of being earnest -- v. 7. A woman of no importance. An ideal husband -- v. 8. Duchess of Padua. De profundis -- ..
December 17, 2010
This is a better version. The title is Miscellanies, though not sure which volume as it is not incorporated in the cover page.
What is up with Google? They scan into PDF but we can't get them? ANd then they only show us links to buy the book? What gives? I live in Canada, so should not have problem getting a US book, especially one pub. in France, more than 100 years ago.